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Class Schedules

Classes meet Mondays and Thursdays, from 5:30-9:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted in the schedules. Below is the list of required classes.

Elementary Program

  • Assessment & Intervention in Reading
  • Classroom Management
  • Content Literacy in Elementary
  • Education of Exceptional Child
  • Foundations of Teaching
  • Fundamentals of Reading
  • Learning and the Brain
  • Math Lab
  • Methods Classes
  • Teaching English Language Learners
  • Innovative Instruction

Secondary Program

  • Classroom Behavior Management 
  • Foundations of Teaching
  • Instructional Models
  • Learning and the Brain
  • Learning Exceptionalities
  • Methods Classes
  • Teaching English Language Learners
  • Teaching Reading Content Area in Secondary
  • Innovative Instruction

Field Experience 
All students involved in the education program are required to participate in field experiences in local public schools.  The field experience varies per semester, but it is approximately 45 hours.  To receive credit for previous experiences in the classroom, documentation of experience must be approved by the Adult and Professional Program Director. 

Student Teaching 
The last 16 weeks of the program will be spent student teaching.  Student teachers will be in the classroom all day, Monday through Friday with no absences.


*Please note that students starting the program with a BA degree will be taking graduate level courses from the beginning of the program and have the option to complete the Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction Degree with an additional twelve credits (which can take two semesters or more and involves a research project).